Book Reviews

When I review a book, it shows up here.


Fiction (offsite):

Bell Mountain (Lee Duigon) (also here)

The Cellar Beneath the Cellar (Lee Duigon) (also here)

The Orc King (Drizzt #20) (R. A. Salvatore)

The Pirate King (Drizzt #21)  (R. A. Salvatore)

The Ghost King (Drizzt #22) (R. A. Salvatore)

Gauntlgrym (Drizzt #23) (R. A. Salvatore) 

Neverwinter (Drizzt #24) (R. A. Salvatore)

Skyship Academy (Nick James)

The Dragon’s Tooth (N. D. Wilson)

Finnikin of the Rock (Melina Marchetta)

The Skin Map (Stephen R. Lawhead) 



Graceling (Krisin Cashore)

The Hero of Ages (Brandon Sanderson)

The Hunger Games (Suzanne Collins)

Catching Fire (Hunger Games #2) (Suzanne Collins) 



The Geeks Shall Inherit the Earth (Alexandra Robbins)

Hog’s Head Conversations: Essays on HarryPotter (Travis Princi, edtor)

 The Next Evangelicalism: Freeing the Church From Western Cultural Captivity

One Fine Potion: The Literary Magic of Harry Potter (Greg Garrett)

A Reader’s Manifesto: An Attack on the Growing Pretentiousness of American Prose

The Values of Harry Potter (Ari Armstrong)

The Violence of Love (Oscar Romero)

 Context: Further Selected Essays on Productivity, Creativity, Parenting, and Politics in the 21st Century (Cory Doctorow)

Monsters From the Id: The Rise of Horror in Fiction and Film (E. Michael Jones) 

Disposable People: New Slavery in the Global Economy (Kevin Bales)

 Bossypants (Tina Fey) 

Fables of Identity: Studies in Poetic Mythology (Northrop Frye)

Life Together: The Truth about Sex, Friendship and Life Together (Mark Driscoll)

Defending Constantine: The Twilight of an Empire and the Dawn of Christendom (Peter J. Leithart)

Lit!: A Christian Guide to Reading Books (Tony Rienke)

The Meaning of Marriage: Facing the Complexity of Commitment with the Wisdom of God (Tim Keller)

God’s Neighborhood: A Hopeful Journey in Racial Reconciliation and Community Renewal (Scott Roley)

Faith without Illusions: Following Jesus as a Cynic-Saint (Andrew Byers)

A Public Faith: How Followers of Christ Should Serve the Common Good (Miroslav Volf)






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